FTP:// and FILE:// - beautifier ("were awfull" 2)

Added by khopesh@userstyles, Created: Nov 11, 2007, Updated: Nov 12, 2007
With the style applied


Make directory listings from ftp and the local system look nicer.

This is just a bug-fix release of Moktoipas@userstyles's stellar "FTP pages were awful [sic]."

If you open these two styles in a graphical diff program like gvimdiff or tkdiff, you'll see that I changed very little.

Minor fixes implemented from comments on FTP pages were awful

For file://, I moved the non-table parts into an ftp-only section and then demanded explicit hierarchy for the table elements, based on the post-rendered hierarchical structure of:


CSS lets us specify an elements by parents, elder siblings, and exact attribute content for each element/parent/sibling. This lets me use every non-snipped bit above, thus mostly eliminating collisions with Sage (whatever that is) and non-auto-generated local html content. You can find more on this at http://w

Applies to:
ftp://, file://

Related styles:

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